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  • WAPH November 2014

    We Are Public Health Monthly Postcard

    The Oregon Public Health Division's Health Impact Assessment Program used a data modeling tool to project the health benefits of active transportation.

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  • Town Hall Series

    "Health Matters" Public Health Series at Town Hall

    This fall, the University of Washington School of Public Health teams up with Town Hall Seattle to present a 4-event series, moderated by NWCPHP Director Tao Kwan-Gett, MD, MPH.

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    Northwest Public Health Training Center

    NWCPHP was awarded a four-year grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration to serve as one of the nation’s ten Regional Public Health Training Centers.

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  • Hot Topics November 2014

    Did You Miss the November Hot Topics Webinar?

    Watch a recording of the November Hot Topics, "Ebola Preparedness in Washington State," available now.

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  • NWPERRC

    Translating Research into Practice

    NWPERRC researchers wrap up multi-year grant on public health emergency communication systems.

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The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) provides training, research, evaluation, and communication services to public health organizations.

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